In this podcast I interview Tara Deliberto. Tara is the director of the new Eating Disorders Partial Hospitalization Program at New York-Presbyterian Hospital. In this podcast we discuss Recovery resource services such as Eating Disorder’s Partial Hospitalization Program. How having to eat puts us in a constant state of fearfulness. The difference […]
In this Podcast, Tabitha Farrar Speaks to Therese Waterhous on Creating a Complete Treatment Model for Eating Disorders In this podcast we discuss: Myths and limitations of inpatient treatment for eating disorders Problems with short-sighted treatments How to work together to incorporate a long-term plan Training practitioners in up-to-date treatments […]
In this podcast, Tabitha Farrar talk to Dr Laura Hill about the neurobiology of eating disorders such as Anorexia Nervosa. We also talk about the new treatment approach that Dr Hill is developing. In this podcast we discuss: The history of research and understanding about eating disorders The importance of involving […]
In this podcast Tabs talks to Emily Troscianko about what we refer to as “overshoot” in eating disorder recovery. In this podcast we discuss: Why not to stop halfway in recovery What exactly overshoot is in eating disorder recovery The importance of fat as an organ Why overshoot is a […]
In this podcast Tabitha Farrar talks to Beth Rosen, MS, RD, CDN, a Registered Dietitian promoting a non-diet approach to wellness. Origins of health at every size Dental issues in eating disorders Diet industry business model and how it exploits Overshoot in eating disorder recovery False truths and how they govern […]
Tabitha Farrar talks to Dr. Lauren Muhlheim on the subject of compulsive exercise in eating disorders such as Anorexia. We discuss: Why exercise in eating disorders is a problem The dangers of exercising when you are underweight How to know if exercise is part of the eating disorder rather than […]
In this podcast I talk about the Binge/Purge Cycle In Anorexia Recovery that many of us experience. Some people find it very difficult to break this cycle once it is an established behavior. This podcast includes some practical advice on how to overcome and move through into full recovery. In […]
In this podcast I explain the crucial difference between treating the trigger vs treating the eating disorder. For any person in recovery from an eating disorder or any person who is helping a sufferer recover this is a concept that you will really have to grasp in order to decide […]
In this podcast Tabitha Farrar talks about how people with eating disorders who are in active recovery can not only survive Thanksgiving but come out feeling stronger and more in control than they were before. Thanksgiving, family meals, Christmas and other such celebrations are hard work for a person with […]
Learn the dangers associated with restricting carbohydrates and other food groups for everyone but especially people in recovery from an eating disorder. In this podcast we discuss: The importance of carbohydrates as brain fuel The importance of carbohydrates as mood boosters Combating the thin ideal The influence of society and […]
In this podcast you will hear my conversation with Eva Musby. We talk about her experience with family-based therapy (or family-based treatment) as a mother. We also go into the key points that Eva addresses in her book and give you Getting a Person with an Eating Disorder to Eat: […]
This podcast continues to discuss Family-Based Therapy for eating disorders. In this podcast I talk to Amy Cunningham — mother of last week’s guest, Emma Cunningham. Last week we heard Emma’s story of family-based therapy from the perspective of a child who had recently been through the process. If you […]
In this podcast I talk to Emma Cunningham about how family-based therapy saved her life. This is a very enlightening perspective from a survivor — an important listen for parents who are currently administering FBT, or contemplating it. Emma has suffered from Anorexia, and explains how her parents worked […]
Eating Disorders and starting college is an important topic for many students who are in recovery from Anorexia, bulimia, or other types of eating disorders. In this episode I talk to Florida-based eating disorder specialist Dr Sarah Ravin about eating disorders in students who are either due to go away to […]
Eating Disorders at Every Size — yes, a person can have an eating disorder and be underweight. But, did you know a person can have an eating disorder and be overweight too? In this second episode with Ruth Stuart-Leach you will hear the rest of our conversation about how adult […]
In this episode you will hear how adult eating disorder recovery success is possible no matter how long the sufferer has had an eating disorder. In my conversation with adult sufferer and Eating Disorder advocate Ruth Stuart-Leach. Ruth tells us how began her eating disorder recovery journey as an adult […]
In this episode I talk to Florida-based eating disorder specialist Dr Sarah Ravin on how to find an eating disorder therapist.
In this podcast I interview Tara Deliberto. Tara is the director of the new Eating Disorders Partial Hospitalization Program at New York-Presbyterian Hospital. You’ll be able to hear Tara describe the dynamics of the new program in detail and explain how it came about. We also discuss why this sort of partial-hospitalization […]
In this podcast I talk to Karen Korn. Karen is the mother of a sufferer of Anorexia, and has spent the last couple of years helping her daughter battle this deadly disease. Karen is also an anthropologist, and has some ideas about veganism and eating disorders that I think are […]
This podcast is the second part from my conversation with inspiring Eating Disorder Advocate JD Ouellette on resources available and lessons leant from parenting a child through an eating disorder. JD’s daughter became ill with Anorexia at age 17, and Family Based Therapy was a crucial part of her recovery. […]
This podcast features inspiring Eating Disorder Advocate JD Ouellette on parenting a child through an eating disorder. We discuss resources available and lessons leant from parenting a child through an eating disorder. JD’s daughter became ill with Anorexia at age 17, and Family Based Therapy was a crucial part […]
I explain how I used research into phobias, fear, stress, and techniques to overcome the stress fight-or-flight response to understand what was going on in my brain to cause me to have such a fear response to food.
My story about how I used Family-Based Therapy principles and how they can be used for adults who want to continue their own treatment once the initial help has been given.
– Know that your eating disorder is not you.
– Find a healthy hate for your eating disorder and a passion to get rid of it.
– Know that every single mouthful of food is a win for you. Equally know that every plate that you walk away from is a win for your ED. – Be brutal with yourself if you have to do that in order not to let your ED win. Ever.
I had the pleasure of talking to the fabulous Dr. Lauren Muhlheim over Skype today about adults with eating disorders. Below are some of the issues that Dr. Muhlheim and I discussed. This is just the bare bones of the conversation and I recommend that you listen to the […]